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Books read in March 2007

All of the books bar one this month are re-reads. The odd one out is P.D James's The Children Of Men. It is a departure from her Dalgliesh and her Cordelia Grey series, changing genres to more of sci-fi with a hint of a thriller. Now James is one of my favourite authors; I've read her Dalgliesh novels more than once, and enjoy them each time, and plan to read them again. However, this book was 'okay', nothing more. I found it the hardest read this year to be honest, and it took me a long time to really get into it; in fact to me it didn't really take off until the second half.

Of the books read this month all, except the Sophie Kinsella and P.D. James books were crime/mystery books.

MARCH (10)

The Sins Of The Fathers - Lawrence Block (182 pages)
The Undomestic Goddess - Sophie Kinsella (416 pages)
Can You Keep A Secret? - Sophie Kinsella (364 pages)
Through The Grinder - Cleo Coyle (270 pages)
Latte Trouble - Cleo Coyle (236 pages)
The Secret Hangman - Peter Lovesey (316 pages)
Murder Most Frothy - Cleo Coyle (247 pages)
The Children Of Men - P. D. James (239 pages)
Time To Murder And Create - Lawrence Block (170 pages)
In The Midst Of Death - Lawrence Block (184 pages)

Tags: books, books: 2007, books: 50 books

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